Bill Summary

HB 71 Abatement of Taxes for Residential Dwellings Rendered Uninhabitable by Catastrophic Event (2022 Session)
by Woodson Co Sponsors: Benjamin, Morales
Abatement of Taxes for Residential Dwellings Rendered Uninhabitable by Catastrophic Event: Specifies conditions under which persons whose residential dwellings are rendered uninhabitable may receive abatement of taxes; specifies formula for determining amount of tax abatement; provides directives to property appraisers in issuing written statements to tax collector when granting abatement; provides directives to tax collectors in calculating damage differentials & processing refunds; provides mechanism for persons to file late applications for abatement of taxes; requires tax collectors to provide specified information to DOR & governing boards of each affected local government. Effective Date: upon becoming a law
09/07/21
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Filed
09/17/21
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Referred to Local Administration & Veterans Affairs Subcommittee; Ways & Means Committee; State Affairs Committee
09/17/21
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Now in Local Administration & Veterans Affairs Subcommittee
10/14/21
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Bill to be Discussed During the Office of EDR's Revenue Estimating Impact Conference, 10/15/21, 9:15 am, 117 K (No Votes Will Be Taken)
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Filed on 09/07/21
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